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at an assault weapons ban is doomed in the united states senate. now we have this laborious process of senate debate you going to be amendments probably going to weaken it even further. you have the nra waiting for that deterioration to take place. you have politicians that quake at the sight of an nra lobbyist faced with a dilemma. are they influenced by the very human tragedy they are being faced with or will the instincts to quake at the feet of the nra going to take over in the final result? >> eelahe, i would like to look at poll numbers. a new poll shows 65% of women favor stronger gun laws. you what about the gender gap issue. what accounts for that? is it a matter of difference in who ounce guns or a different temperament between the sexes? >> the gender gap on gun laws has been a long-standing one. men are three times more likely to own guns than women and your opinions on gun control and gun legislation are influenced or determined by whether there's a gun in your home. you are seeing the newtown shooting, of course that affected all americans, but mothers, they feel that that speci
. interests.e nation's it is in the security interests of the united states to have comprehensive immigration reform. , we do not know how to protect america of we do not know who is here to fill the american dream. in the to get those shadows into a light that have an opportunity to earn their citizenship and the part of the dream. every know, as does you have fruitif for breakfast this morning, it was probably picked in the hot sun by an american worker with a bent back and a sunburned face. we know that if you had chicken for dinner last night, it was probably plucked by the calloused hands of an american worker to provide you your dinner. someone in your family who need care, the chances are that it is an immigrant worker whose steady hand and warm heart is taking care of their daily necessities each and every day. of the most some successful high-tech companies in america were founded by an immigrant in the united states. these are people doing the jobs to build america. it is time to give them the dignity they deserve and the opportunity to earn their way to the american dream. --e gang
carter? it's never been ratifyed in the u.s. senate and states have ratified it, signed it with the exception of the united states, so in 1998 women of san francisco said that is not good enough. we're going to create our own ordinance reflecting this international bill of rights for women. next slide. so in terms of work place you will hear a little bit more from our policy director ann lehmas who is going to step in for someone who had a last minute something come up but we launched this initiative together with cal vert investments and a human rights monitoring organization to help our employers create gender equitable work places, and for that work ann and i went to miland italy to receive an award from the italian government for the international work life balance award. we also work for working mothers. we working on lactation accumulations and guidelines in what employers have to do with moms and accommodating them and we're are putting together a brochure on family leave policy. next slide. the other area where we do a lot of work is in antiviolence agains
-passed budget, a budget presented by the president of the united states. >> obviously there are things each person in the country can agree with and disagree with. i asked the gentleman if he has any intention to go to congress. i yield back the balance of my time. >> i would say to the gentleman, mr. speaker, i, too, am glad that we finally saw the senate act and passed a budget. that is an accomplishment in and of itself. the president finally has proposed his budget. the gentleman is right. we have some things on the table that maybe we can start to discuss. i know that chairman ryan and chairman murray are already in discussions about a path forward . and i look forward to the results of those discussions and in concert with the gentleman's point earlier, we are setting priorities. it just seems to me, mr. speaker, that the best way forward is to find areas where we agree and let's go make some progress on those things. we, again, this town is full of division and agreement, but there are things we have in common in agreement in these three documents that i believe we can work on togeth
over the border in united states. there hasn't been that much net immigration over that period of time. partly because the economy shear not as great as it was a half decade ago and partly because the fertility rate has dropped considerably. there is not much of a need to go north to find jobs. >> as you know the house is working on an immigration overhaul plan, as well. what do you think the house plan will align with the gang of eight's plan? >> there is their own version. there is another gang of eight and they are working on a bipartisan plan as well. some of the details that ever leaked out, roughly similar to what the gang of eight is working on in the senate. the whole question is once that passes the senate and the house, has their own bill, what will happen in the house? will republicans rally around the bill? will speaker boehner have to support a bill that is not supported by the majority of the republicans in the caucus? it may depend on democrats to pass it. so that is up in the air. while legislators may be cautiously optimistic with a deal being done in the house and sen
to the president of the united states as well and both letters have pretty much not been responded to. >> greta: pretty much or not responded to at all. >> at least until tonight. >> greta: tonight you got a phone call from whom? >> from senator are marco rubio's staff. they are trying to set up a phone call with us this weekend. i think the big concern with that is this bill, this legislation on immigration reform is actually going to get dropped on tuesday. and now the senators coming to us over the weekend wanting to talk. how are we going have time to read through the 1500-pages of legislation and have input on the 1500 pages of legislation and have an impact. from our position this has to be delayed this week for law enforcement officers to actually have input and we think that is extremely important because we are the ones that do the jobs. we are the ones that see exactly why this immigration system is so broken and it is -- we are in shock right now you quite frankly that law enforcement hasn't been a part of this and we have been prohibited from having any kind of input. >> greta: i th
of other americans have died at the end of a gun. thousands of other families across the united states are also drowning in our grief. please help us do something before our tragedy becomes your tragedy. when i packed for washington on monday, it looked like the senate might not act at all. then after the president spoke in hartford and a dozen of us met with senators to share our stories, more than two-thirds of the senate voted to move forward. but that's only the start. they haven't yet passed any bills that will help keep guns out of the hands of dangerous people. and a lot of people are fighting to make sure they never do. now is the time to act. please, join us. >> francine wheeler, the first person other than the president or vice president to deliver the weekly address since president obama took office. >>> now to texas, gun control supporters across the country are outraged to see the nra supporting tonight's nascar sprint cup called the nra 500. some people say it's just too soon after newtown and interferes with the gun violence debate. one connecticut senator is asking for
of congress that was passed in 1986 by then a senator of arkansas designed to protect the caught in the united states that protect u.s. taxpayers' money and other countries' industries. you know, u.s. aid could have gone to the white house to get a waiver but nobody wanted to take it on so you have legions of the farmers say we want help growing this. american bureaucrats say sorry we will help you with this. >> this is so much a part of the history of afghanistan. as you know when he was referring to the great movie charlie wilson's war seeing it come right before my favorite scene which is when charlie wilson is talking to sitting on the balcony of the watergate hotel talking to the cia agent and this is a scene that is and in the book of the director added it is the lesson of the master which is a boy gets a horse and everyone in the village says it's wonderful he got a horse and than the master says we will see. then he falls down and smashes his leg and cripples him for ever and they see this is so horrible and he says we will see. then the war breaks out in afghanistan. and everyone is c
in the united states of america, and whatever we can do to change it we want to do. but the devil, of course, remains in the details. you have senator toomey and senator manchin who have come together and cobbled a compromise on the senate side. we don't know what the house is going so say yet. certainly i think what you will find in states who have lots of gun owners who care just as much as governor dean and i do about these kids and about their parents, they're going to say to themselves, we have to make sure at the end of the day that the rights of gun owners aren't trampled on, that you don't trample on the rights of gun owners, and at the same time create an environment that's safe for kids. >> okay. gentlemen, i'll let that be the last word. joe watkins and howard dean, good to see you both. >> great to see you. >> thanks so much. >> who created these pictures and why are they in the news today? is this the art of a killer? in a three-hundred-ton rocket doesn't raise as much as an eyebrow for these veterans of the sky. however, seeing this little beauty over international waters is en
. it is in the security interests of the united states to have been immigration reform. we cannot know how to protect america if we do not know who this here to fulfill the american dream versus who is here to do it harm. we have to get those in the shadow into the lake to have an opportunity to earn their citizenship and be part of the dream. and we know as does every american who is honest with themselves knows if you had fruit for breakfast this morning, it was probably picked in the hot sun by an immigrant worker with it went back and a sunburned head. [cheers and applause] we know if you had chicken for dinner last night it was early cut of the callous hand evan immigrant worker to provide you your dinner. we know that if someone in your family who needs care, can't take care, the chances are that it is an immigrant worker whose steady hand and warm heart is taking care of their daily necessities each and every day. [cheers and applause] we know some of the most successful high-tech come the nascent america were founded by an immigrant in the united states. these are people doing the jobs to bui
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